Western memorabilia will be auctioned today at the Spaghetti Station before the restaurant is torn down.
By ELEEZA V. AGOPIAN
The Orange County Register
ANAHEIM – One of the last vestiges of the Wild West in Anaheim has a date with a wrecking ball Tuesday.
The Spaghetti Station restaurant on Ball Road, just north of Disneyland, is being torn down to make way for a parking lot and possibly a major chain restaurant such as a TGI Friday's or Applebee's.
The 35-year-old restaurant leaves behind rooms full of Americana, antiques and art that paid homage to the spaghetti western, and all of it is going up for auction this morning.
The restaurant is being torn down early Tuesday. The hotel next door came down earlier this week.